December Gift Guide
Are you searching for meaningful holiday gifts? Whether you need a unique present for a wildlife or Yellowstone National Park enthusiast, have a hard-to-buy-for person on your list, or want a gift that has lasting value, we've got something for everyone in our December gift guide.
Adopt a Moose, $50
To help raise awareness and protect Yellowstone’s spectacular wildlife, and to support the Yellowstone Park Foundation’s critical conservation programs, we are offering a very special opportunity to adopt a Yellowstone moose. If this is a gift, we’ll even send it directly to your gift recipient, with the adoption certificate personalized with their name! Learn more or purchase.
Colter Edition Yellowstone Blanket, $314
John Colter, famed Yellowstone explorer and member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition would have kept toasty warm on winter nights with this blanket wrapped around him. This 64”x 84”,100% wool keepsake blanket is signed by one of Colter’s direct descendants, and Pendleton is donating $45 for each blanket sold to the Yellowstone Park Foundation. Click here to go to Pendleton's website>>
Invite Yellowstone inside your home with these unique prints
Sponsor a Bear Box, $1,100
Are you looking for a unique gift that plays an important role in bear conservation? Help make the park safer for visitors and bears by sponsoring a bear box. These bear-proof storage containers are proven to keep food away from curious and hungry bears. For each $1,100 contribution, Yellowstone will install a bear box in a Park campground with a plaque displaying the sponsor or honoree’s name. Learn more or Sponsor a Bear Box today>>
Wolves travel great distances, often in rugged and inaccessible terrain. Because of this trait, wolf collars are critical for long-term wolf research and monitoring. By purchasing a wolf collar, you and your gift recipient will be taking an active part in the study and protection of Yellowstone wolves. Not only that, we will notify you or your recipient when a collar has been fitted to a particular wolf, and send a photograph of the wolf if available. We will also send the Wolf Project’s Annual Report and Rick McIntyre's "Notes from the Field" twice a year. Learn more or Sponsor a Wolf Collar today>>